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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1903)
ASTORIA, ORKGON, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1903.
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
Manufacturers cf -
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundrymen and Patternmakers.
Absolutely firstdass work. Prices lowest
Corner Eighteenth and Franklin.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
A V ALLBN Teatb sad Commercial Streets
Carriage in. Wagon Bnfldiag. First-Class Horse Slioctog
. Logging Camp Work.
' All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the city. Prices right.
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts., 'Phone 921.
General Blacksmithing, Boat and Cannery "Work.
See us for High Class Work. Shop Corner of Fif
teenth and Duane Streets, near St Mary's Hospital.
HOLMES 4 SEIBERT
so well as nicely laundried linen. We have the neatest
' and most sanitary laundry in the state and do the best
work. All White help.
.Tenand Duane St LaUnJry
Lr. n. MENNINGolLN rfi CO.
Upholsterer and Furniture Dealer.
Handle. Stoves, Tinware ind Second Hand foods.
$04 BOND STREET. ASTORIA. OREGON.
PHONE. RED 2305
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
I Magnificent Display!!
!j Judge for yourself when you examine the stock,
a , SPLENDID LOT OF RINGS
a mat cannot oe duplicated in Astoria. a
! J. H. SEYMOUR
466 ComtwcUl Strut
a ASTORIA, OREGON
Can give you Bargains.
New Style Restaurant
EverythingJFirstJCIass. The Best the Market Affords.
Open Day and Night Good Service. '
DO nth St. next door to Griffin Bros.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
P. A. TRULLINGER
Cigars and Tobaccos
The Edison Graphaphone, Disc and Circular.
Agent for the Portland Safe and Lock Company.
Best on the market.
(ELATERITE is Mineral Rubber)
yOUlMAY INTBKD BTJILIUIVCH
. or And Jt neceM.ry to BEl'LACE iWOR5-ODT BOOF
Take the place of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For flat and steep surfaces, gutters, volleys, etc. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
climates. Reasonable in cost. Sold on merit. Guaranteed. It will pay to ask for
prives auu uuuruiuuun. . '
TKE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building, Portland
Subscribe for The Morning Astorian.
A Hard Contest Waged on Local
Grounds Between Home
Team and llwaco.
The football game Sunday, played
between the llwaco and Astoria teams.
was attended by a good erowd
that tfvlnced nmrked enthusiasm
throuxhwt '.he contest. The game was
the hardest fought contest yet seen
an Astoria field. The score can hard
ly be said to tell the relative merits ot
the two tews. Throughout the entire
rame the ball was In llwaco's terri
tory and a large part of the time within
the SO yard line. Astoria s aval was
never In dangr and unlucky fumbles
deprived the home team ot a large
GAME IN DETAIL,
llwaco wins the toss and chooses the
south goal. Astoria, kicks to the Ave
vard line where Tallant downs tne
..n in hi. tracks. Astoria tails to
make the necessary five - yards and
punted to the 40 yard line. Stockton
making the catch and bringing it back
10 yards. Barker mokes six yards over
rfcht tackle. Knutsen failed to fuin
over the left side; Barker makes two
yards around right end, Knutsen makes
first down. Graham made a pretty
run of 15 yards and ball was In llwaco's
five yard Une. Knutsen goes straight
through tor. two yards. Barker goes J
over tackle for one yard and the ball ,
was on llwaco's two yard line. Astoria
i.avlni? one more chance to carry It
across. Sutton takes the ball from
tackle's back position Tor a strsigm
plunge, fumbles, ball rolls over the goal
line and an llwaco man tans on ,
maVlmr a touchback, robbing Astoria
of a score when a touch down scemtd
Inevitable. The ball was brought out
to the 25 yard line, llwaco choosing to
putting It into play by scrimmage
rather than to kicking out. At this
roint llwaco showed greater dash than
at any other period of the game. Sea-
honr rlunEs over right tackle ror two
yards, Payne goes through Gammal for
four Vards, making first down lor u-
waco. Colbert makes four yards
around Wed! and Payne slashes
through Minord for 10 more. Astoria
takes a brace and holds for down, As
toria's ball In llwaco's 45 yard line.
Knutsen circles left end for six yards,
twicer reneats the performance on the
other side for five more Stockton
makes a quarter back run of four
vrrfa and Knutsen pounds Wilson for
four more. Barker on a straight buck
makes 10 yards when time is called
with the ball 14 yards from llwaco's
goal and Astoria working desperately
for a touchdown. Scone, 0-0.
Second half opens with llwaco kick
ing to Astoria. Knutsen returns 15
vnrds. Tallant goes through the veteran
Wilson for five yards, and duplicates
hi oerformance in the next play. ll
waco's line 8tlffens.Barlc.er and Knutsen
fall to negotiate the necessary yaraage
and Tallant punted 40 yards to llwaco's
30 yard line. llwaco -was held ror
downs, the pigskin passing over to As
toria. Graham skirted the rteht end
for 25 yards.brlnglng the ball tollwaco's
vb vard line. Tallant smasnes
throueh the left side of the line for the
only score of '.he game. Barker kicks
the goal, making It Astoria 6, llwaco 0,
Astoria kicks to llwaco, Payne bring
ing It back 10 yards to the 25 yard, line,
iia-on was again able to pierce As
toria's line and punted 30 yards to
Stockton who was downed for a loss.
Astoria's backs hurled themselves
against llwaco. s line In vain, and Tal
lant punted out of grounds at llwaco s
20 yard line. llwaco returns punt to
middle of field. Here the time keepers
gave the usual warning that there was
but five minutes more to play. Tallant
by a succession of line smashing plun
ges carried the ball to llwaco's 10 yard
Une where Astoria lost by a luckless
fumble. llwaco punting out of bounds
at the 25 yard line. Astoria agalnt took
up the march toward llwaco s goal by
a series of seven masses In tackle and
straight bucks. On their two yard line,
llwaco by a wonderful display of plusk
held and forced the aggreslve Astorians
to surrender the oval. llwaco punted
but Sutton broke through, blocking the
punt, Seaborg, however, falling on the
ball for a gain of two yards for llwaco.
Payne again tries Gammal for six yards
and ball went to Astoria on a fumble,
Knutsen makes five yards over tackle,
Barker on a straight plunge nets four
more, but before another play could be
attempted time was called, the ball
being In Astoria's possession in ll
waco's 10 yard line.
Beyes c B. Gold
Goddard 1. g Kmery
Gammal r. g Grable
Sutton 1. t Wilson
Minard r. t J. Gold
Graham 1. e Harris
Wedel r. e F. Gold
Stockton 'l Hedrlck
Knutsen r. h '.. Colbert
Barker 1. h Seaborg
Tallant f Payne
Officials of the game were a follows:
H. Graham, umpire; J. C. McCue, re
feree; S. P. Wllsop, head linesman ;S.
P. Wilson and J. Crawford, time
keepers. Time of half, 20 minutes;
touchdown, Tallant; goal
Score Astoria 1 llwaco 0k
A BOOK RECEPTION.
The Woman' club will glva a book
reception Thursday afternoon from half
past t-o till five at the Odd Fel
lows' hall. A nice musical program
and refreshments will be feature of
the waslon. No admittance fe will
be ehargd but all are expected to bring
a book for the traveling library. 2tS
A MATTER OF RECIPRTCITY
Home Institution! SIhmiUI Clulni
UusiiH'ss or Astoria.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I no
baking ! add boiling water and set to
eoou Flavors: Lemon, Oransre. Rasr
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
ai your grocers to-uay. 10 CIS.
The attention of The Astorlnn's rend
ers is called to the fact that the North
Pacific Brewery cost over 1200,000 and
dispense thousands more yearly for
hire. This Institution hns had a prop
osition to move to Portland without
cost to themselves and. In fact, targe
inducements have been offered them
whtrh they .have firmly and at all times
refused to consider. .
The North Tactile Is a large and Im
portant manufacturing enterprise.
Its proluct Is the purest and the best,
and cun be used In all cases where pre
scribed medicinally without any fear as
to the results.
The home-brewed product is not
claimed to be the best in the world but
It Is the host on the coast.
The N. P. people Py out thousands
of dollars for wages. It Is one of the
largest taxpayers lu the city. Besides
It pays large sums Into the coffers of
the city for water.
Prom the standpoint of excellence, of
home nrlde. of reciprocal business, this
lanre Institution should have the pat
ronage of those of our home people ho
buy the product of malt and hoi. To
do otherwise is short-sighted. It
POPEN'T KESPKCT OLD AGE.
H. M, Braneford went to Portland
J. D. Brewer, of John Day, was In
tha city yesterday.
A. W. Henderson, of A.,Dunbar Co.,
Hundayed in Portland. '
W, C Laws has returned from a brief
business trip to Portland.
C. F. Bartholoma, representing Jor
getmert Company, was In Astoria yes
terday. If. T. Plndlay came down from Port
land Sunday night for a short stay In
Mrs. FrtHlerlck Kruse and child will
go to Portland this morning where they
will visit tor awhile.
3, M. Chalg, representing The F.
Chevalier Company, of Sun Francisco,
called oil hla Astoria customers yester
day. Civil Engineer Sam Olll of the river
dredgw Ijld. arrived yesterday from
Portland and Joined the crew at this
A. A. Reardon, representing the
Cudnhy Packing Company, came In on
ytsterday's noon train to tea his Asto
Hurry Van Tyle la visiting In the
city from the sound. Mr. Van Tyle
formerly resided at llwaco and haa
many friends here.
Agent F. P. Baumgartner and Purser
K. A. Abbott representing the C. & O.
Coast Stmahlp Company's ship No,
varra, came down yesterday from Port
land. Mr. Abbott 11 leave on the
it'dular route as socjn a the weather
will permit the ship to put to sea.
Mrs Aubrey Garner and little daugh
ter have Joined Mr. Garner and the
family m now established at (he cor
ner of Fifteenth and Irving avenue.
The Garners are from I ronton, Mich.
Mr. Garner came west some wet-ks ago
mu! Is employoJ In the office of the A.
C. R. it.
NOW THE TIME
To makq your homo bright, welhave a fino line
of ricturw and Medallions. We bIho have the
new Pencil Case for school children.
Ml Cuninim-hil N(.
Great Eastern Furniture Co.
M7 COMMKKCIAL NT. A8TOKIA, OltlXlON
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Opaque window shades 35c
quality at 25c
15 c Brass Extension rods
t5:Corrogated cottage poles
in white, four feet long
Decorated cupt and saucers
in serai porcelain' 1 for 25c
Iron beds from $2.50 UP
6 Hole steel range the big.
gent value ever offered
worth Ij5oo this week
Wood seat high back chair
worth 65c this week . . 50
All linen warp matting nice
patterns all this, week at
pcr yard ...V...i 19c
Heating staves $2.25 UP
We carry the largest line of Lounges, Couches and Sofas in the city.
Let us figure with you on furnishing yoiir'honie; we can do it in
good style. We sell the famous Ohio Steel Range-best on earth.
Agents for the New Home Sewing Machine; prices away down.
It's shameful when youth falls to
show proper respect to old age. but Just
the contrary In the case of Dr. King s
New Life Pills. They cut oft maladies
no matter how severe and irrespective
of old age. Dyspepsia. Jaundice, Fever,
Constipation and all yield to this per
fect pill. 25c at Chas. Rogers' drug
NEW BARGAINS FOR TODAY
New stock of fancy goods Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Bazaar. Call and aee
the latest noe!tles from Japan.
TOO MUCH BUSINESS.
W. C. Lawa & Co. withdrew their
display ad, the first of the present
month because tlie advertising brought
them more business than they could
attend to, but when business -gets slack
they Intend to resume the big display
advertising as before.
Mirror Baths are kept open on Sun
day ior baths. For first-class work In
the tonsorlol line, call at the Mirror
llaths, 636 Commercial street, Astoria,
Oregon. . a-H-tf
BEST 15-CENT MEAL.
Tou will always find .the best lie
meal In the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant. No, 612 Commercial street
Peter on & Brown have completed the
new front to their store and are better
prepared than ever to show you their
good. Look at their new lines and then
see them for a fine fit In the shoe
Christmas novelties now coming in.
Pull line of things to burn. Visitors
always welcome. Frank Woodfield's
Art Store, Bond street. tf
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty eaters, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they desire and some
to appreciate at the Toke Point oyster
house. The choicest viands In the mar
ket are there served In most pleasing
style. Open all night Private rooms.
J. V. Burns sold 10,000 La Imperials
during the month of October, last, an
increase of 2,000 over sales for the cor
responding month last year. tf
For good, reliable piano work see
your local tuner, Th. Frederlckaon,
2071 Bond stree. Phone 2074 Red.
The newest and latest in cigarettes
Pall Malls; cork tips, at P. A. Trul
llnger's. Two stores.
Peterson & Brown are In the field
with a fine line of fall and winter
shoes at prices to suit. Drop in and
see their display. tf
Four chairs at the Occident barber
shop. No use to miss everything wait
Ing for a shave. First-class artlsti and
by the way, this Is the place to get a
Datn. Everything the very best. u.
We sell, rent, and repair all makea of
typewriters. Write for new catalogue
of New Densmore. ,
Huxley, Ryan ft Co.,
82 Fourth Street. Portland, Or.
A LIFE SAVER
Many lives are annually destroyed by
diseases resulting from faulty plumbing
Be sure your plumbing is done by an
expert, and eave annoyance and dan
ger. Gas and steam fitting, heating,
tinning, etc. Fixtures in stock.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY,
425 Bond street. 'Phone 103L
CALL ON THEM.
433 Commercial street.
TRULLINGER & HARDESTY,
Carelessness Is respnslble for many
a railroad wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throut and Lung troubles. But
since the advent ot Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worst cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation Is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cram of
Dorchester, Mas., Is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This great remedy Is
guaranty for all Throat and Lung
diseases by Charles Rogers, Druggist,
Price CO c. and $1. Trial bottles free.
SIC S1CHEL SX CO.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
If you want your money's worth
Ring 'Phone 1311.
GEO. W. SANBORN. Agt.
ABOUT AUSTRALIAN COAL
Coal Is the best fuel,
Australian is the best coal.
You don't have to hire It split,
It barns without seasoning,
No large space required for It,
Australian coal excells all others,
It makes less ashes and dirt,
It keeps a hot even fire,
It is the cheapest fuel,
Call up phone 1961 for coal.
We deliver it for you. .
No charge for delivery.
ELMORE & CO.
Fir slabwood, stove lengths, $2.00 per
cord. Boxwood 11.50 per large load.
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, the transfer
THE PALACE BATHS.
Hours for Turkish and Russian batht
t p. m. to I a. m., except Sunday.
Best equipped barber shop In the city.
Five artists always on hand.
S! Time Havana Cigars M
For Sale Everywhere.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Full line of
I.mlli M und ''hllilrons
Fall and Winter Hats. Hklrti.
Wnisis. Coats ami
Complete Furnishing Goods, Hair
SwitchM and Pom i'd ours.
MRS. R. INGLETON,
, Welch Block.
NOTICE OF DISSOIUTION OP PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, heretofore doing business
under the firm name of Lyon & Patter
son, publisher of TheMornlngAstnrlnn,
have dissolved partnership by mutual
consent, Mr. Lyon retiring. All obli
gations of said firm are asaumed by Mr.
Patterson, to whom all amounts are
Astoria, Or., Oct. 31, 1903,
Water consumers will take notice
that Tuesday, November 10, Is the last
day on which to pay water rates to
avoid tho penalty charged all' delin
Instructions on the piano by esptr
loured German teacher. Tern, ft per
lesson, Adlress, Pror. K. If. Maud
errr, care The Astorian, NJ-1S
CIGAR STORE FOR SALE.
For sale, cigar store on Commercial
streot. Apply to P. A. Trulllngtr, t7f
Wanted Position as bookkeeper by
mtnied man. Good references furnish
ed. Inquire at this office.
Very desirable rooms for offices or
housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished
over Peterson & Brown's shoe store, tf
Wnnted-nu o!!Ve girl, Trulllnger A
When you are out for a good
time don't overlook
THE "O. K."
DICK DOHERTY nd 0US PETERSON
ASTOItHT. ASTORIA, OIL.
MEDM LAKE SALT!
"VT A CATHARTIC - NOT A PATENT MEDICINE.
So long as Medical Lake can Provide
th. requlr.mnli of tn enfeebled constitution, you need nut luffer, Her. art
Nature', own rented le., direct from th hsnd of th. (lrt.t Creator, brought
to you In th. ilio; of rle.unl, egreoaMe, hi.lih-clvlng Silii, eviipuretsi rv our
own prousi. They have lost ahmlule'y no virtue no itrencth. I'y analytli, the waters offUdicnl Luke contain twelve
Ingredients, each ind sll standard, of th. pharmacopeia. By analysis the Salts hav. (he earn In exactly the snm. proportion.
Natur. has compounded thrm so efficiently that man hat tried and trlid In vain to m.ite them. But art can nrvt r Compel, with
nature, when natur evolves a masterpiece. That the Salt are a masterpiece, their history proves. To Medical Lake, a little wood
land gem hllden hl;h up In the mountains, among the forests of Washlng.on, the Indians for centuries came, Here they worshipped,
and drank of the phasurt waters. The well were made stronger and thrived on the delicious beve'rage, and the sick and allln; were
restored. In all disease, of th. BLOOD, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, flALARIA, and In all cases of KIDNEY and
UVER TROUBLE, rttJDICAL LAKE 8ALT5 WILL. JIAKC A CURB, If taken faithfully; yes. cure as sure as th. aun shines,
Man, with all hi. learning and his cunning, his experience and his skill, cannot make remedle Ilk these, which natur freely gives,
28 CENTS, 80 CENTS AND (1.00 A SOX, AT DRUG STORES
Th Salts are also reduced1! as a convenience, to Tablet form; fiv. grains In each Tablet, Such a Tablet dropped Into
a glass of water, makes a remedy V th. same troubles and at th. same time an equally delightful cooling beverage
HEDICAL LAKE SALTS flFG. CO., Sole
NEW YORK AND SPOKANE, WASH.
the Conn Drug Company
For sale In Astoria by Frank Hart, corner Twelfth and Commercial,;
Twelfth and Commercial and Charles Rogers, Odd Fellow's building
Gentlemen was stricken with violent attack of sclatlo rheumatism. Fever was' at top notch, and I Buf
fered excrutlatlng pain. Everybody who saw me said that the mineral water did not exist that would cure
sciatic rheumatism. Nevertheless, I determined to try Medical Lake before going elsewhere. Only three
weeks treatment was required to set me on my feet and enable me to look after my business. To make
,sura of no possible return of the d isease, however, I continued the dally baths for a period of two month,
and have been free from rheumatl sm since. W. A. I ML AT, Medical Lake, Wash.
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